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When students start school with us, they are baseline tested by Subject Teachers and the SENd department. Subject Leaders test for the skills required for their subject so they can teach to the identified gaps. The SENd test for reading, reading for understanding, spelling. This data is shared with Senior Leaders and used as a starting point to prepare lessons to promote learning for the individual in each subject area.

All students are set an ‘End of Year’ and ‘End of Key Stage four’ target based on their KS2 decimalised score or scaled score for students in Years 9 and below. This score is based on Key Stage two test scores in English and Mathematics for Years 10 and 11 and Key Stage two Scaled Scores in Reading, Writing and Mathematics for Years 7-9. The flight paths for all scores (both decimalised and scaled) can be found within the Key Stage Three Assessment Matrices booklets.

In Key Stage three, students use the Assessment Matrices within their lessons so they can clearly see the ‘next steps’ they should take in order to make progress in a given aspect of the subject being studied. These can be found at the very front of student’s books and folders for the individual subjects. Full copies of the Assessment Matrices for individual year groups can be found below. These include some general information on assessment and the flight path for all learners.

In Key Stage four students use the relevant GCSE or BTEC assessment criteria for the courses they are studying. They will use this in lessons as an Assessment for Learning tool so they are clear of what they need to do to progress through and within each criteria band. Full copies of the specification being studied can be found in departments and also on the websites of the chosen exam board. A general overview of the course, including percentages of each component can be found at the front of the student’s books and folders.

If you would like more information on assessment or details if how to help your child further, please contact Mrs K. Protheroe, Deputy Head Teacher. kpr@pewsey-vale.wilts.sch.uk

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